All About The Mosquito!

Bigger people are often more attractive to mosquitoes because they are larger targets and they produce more mosquito attractants, namely CO2 and lactic acid. Active or fidgety people also produce more CO2 and lactic acid, which makes mosquitoes think...

Termites!

1.There are more than 2,000 species of termites across the world, but only 50 of those species are found within the United States. 2.There are 3 main types that are destructive and will affect homes. These are dampwood termites, subterranean termites and drywood...

ALL ABOUT CRANE FLIES

ALL ABOUT CRANE FLIES 1. Crane flies are known in different areas as different names. Because of their look, they have been referred to as Mosquito Hawks, Mosquito Eaters (or Skeeter Eaters), and Jimmy Spinners. In the United Kingdom they are referred to as daddy long...

Fun Facts #8 Fleas

ALL ABOUT FLEAS! 1.Fleas transport themselves on rodents and other mammals, and usually remain on their hosts at all times. The most common species is the cat flea, which often feasts on cats, dogs and humans. 2.Fleas do not fly. Instead, they jump from one place to...

Fun Facts #7 Silverfish

What are Silverfish? Silverfish are small wingless insects that are found in almost every corner of the world. They have a fish-like appearance and their bodies are covered with shiny silver scales, because of which they are known as ‘silverfish’. Length and Vision...